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Sulphonylurea receptor-1, sulphonylureas and amplification of insulin secretion by Epac activation in β cells.

Bibliographic reference Nenquin, Myriam ; Henquin, Jean-Claude. Sulphonylurea receptor-1, sulphonylureas and amplification of insulin secretion by Epac activation in β cells.. In: Diabetes, obesity & metabolism, Vol. 18, no.7, p. 698-701 (2016)
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